Haiku For A Winter’s Morn

We’ve had quite a cold spell here lately. It was down to 12° F (-11° C) last night. More snow than in recent years, too. Many animals have had to hunker down in their dens and keep warm. Early mornings can be a great time for a walk — if you’re bundled up well. The light is surreal, and there is always the chance of running into a fox searching for breakfast.

But nature never sleeps. When the night air is still, the frost fairies are busy long before the sun rises. They leave their delicate…

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